Kazinczy Synagogue and Kosher Food Tasting

Ever tried Cholent (Sólet) or Flodni? You can combine your visit with experiencing typical Hungarian Jewish cuisine at the glatt kosher restaurant Carmel next to the synagouge. 

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Kazinczy Synagogue and Kosher Food Tasting

No less an influence than kashrut laws had on Hungarian Jewish cuisine was the Ashkenazic way of cooking, particularly that of the neighboring nations. A Sephardic influence might occasionally be recognized in Hungarian Jewish food, but the majority of Hungarian Jews were Ashkenazim.

After you synagouge visit, meet the Hungarian Jewish culture also from its culinary side! 

Overview of programs

120-180 minutes
Meeting point
1075 Budapest, Kazinczy street 29-31.

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